Documentary Photography: Population 800 on Dodho Magazine

“While obtaining my Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Brigham Young University, I spent a lot of my time running away, finding a need to get out of Provo, then Utah, and then the United States.” – Artist Statement, Population 800, a documentary photography project by Christine Armbruster.

For many years I have been working on a documentary photography project many of you call my “small towns project”. Since moving to Minneapolis, I have been closing the doors on this project to allow room for others. It’s weird, it’s difficult, but it is time. To see the final project, head over to Dodho Magazine where it was recently published. Soon I will have everything up to date on my website, and eventually, an article including a review by James Swensen (art historian and professor at Brigham Young University) will be published in the Utah Historical Quarterly. When all those things happen, it will be announced here as well. In the meantime, check out the article on Dodho.

 

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This entry was written by Christine , posted on Tuesday November 13 2018at 11:11 am , filed under announcement, documentary, publication, utah . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

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